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Promoting self-consumption of energy in the C&I market in Tunisia

German EPC Kraftwerk Renewable Power Solutions and Tunisian company Solar Energy Systems have constructed a solar PV power plant for a cheese-making dairy in Tunisia.
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Celebrating 10 years of solar power, the better energy choice

With a vision to become a  solar energy enabler, SolarAfrica celebrated their first small office in Calebasses, Mauritius in 2011.
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Picking the right solar PV module for your business

The drop in solar PV costs is shadowed by field studies indicating a significant number of solar modules failure before they reach the end of their specified lifetime.
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Retailer makes powerful move in fight against climate change

The Shoprite Group has doubled its solar capacity in an attempt to fight climate change and reduce its carbon footprint.
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Daystar Power to install solar systems at five Nigerian factories

Seven-Up Bottling Company (SBC) is taking the next step to reducing its carbon footprint through a partnership with Daystar Power to roll out solar systems as a primary daytime energy source.

Testing the African sun against the demands of C&I markets

Africa’s commercial and industrial (C&I) businesses need energy, and if they cannot get it from their utilities, they are turning to the sun.
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C&I projects in Africa

Access the recording to find out what makes Africa such an attractive solar market, the challenges that come with developing C&I projects in the region, and the optimal solutions based on case studies.

Togo airport wants self-sufficiency through solar PV plant

The Tokoin Airport, also known as Gnassingbé Eyadéma International Airport, in the Togolese capital Lomé, has put out a tender for a solar PV power plant. Deadline 8 October 2021.
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Renewable energy tariff pilot, first-come-first-served says Eskom

Eskom’s Renewable Energy Tariff pilot programme will last for a two-year period ending 31 March 2023, after which the company will make a decision whether to take the tariff for formal approval.
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Raising gen licence threshold to 100MW necessary but insufficient

Commentary: Raising the self-generation threshold is not a sufficient condition to unlock the significant potential that distributed generation, wheeling and trading of electricity can deliver to customers.